Climate Change Makes Droughts in Australia Worse

Guardian: Climate change is making drought conditions in southwest and southeast Australia worse, with serious ramifications for people's health and the agriculture industry, a new paper has warned. The Climate Council report says projected decreases in average rainfall are linked to reduced agricultural productivity and increased suicide risk in rural areas. The Climate Council report states that since the mid-1990s, southeast Australia has experienced a 15 percent drop in rainfall during late autumn and......

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